When trouble strikes at the Blue Mountain Quarry, Thomas is sent to help his Narrow Gauge engine friends. While shunting and hauling, he catches a glimpse of a small engine trying to hide, yet no one will provide any clues to the engine's identity. Thomas is determined to get to the bottom of the mystery but discovering the truth is harder than he imagined! Will Thomas be able to save his new friend? Or will the mysterious engine be sent away from Sodor forever? Travel on an exciting journey with Thomas and his friends in his biggest movie ever, tracking down clues, discovering lost engines, and revealing the power of friendship!
Thomas & Friends: Blue Mountain Mystery torrent reviews
Bruno V (jp) wrote: Lovely entertaining feelgood-movie . Funny how they all try to make life charming for the new doctor !
Delano T (jp) wrote: Bart the Bear kicks the Revenant Bear's a$$
Matthew M (ru) wrote: I don't know... I was trying to give it the benefit of the doubt last night, but, really, the fact of the matter is that not only is this movie depressing, it's also really, really dull and way, way too long. This is the complete opposite of what the Transformers movies are. The Transformers movies were horrible because they were too big and too stupid. This is Hollywood in the worst way on the other end of the spectrum... To small and way too menial. THIS IS NOT FUCKING ENTERTAINMENT!!! THIS IS FUCKING BORING!!!
Catherine S (ca) wrote: Los Nuevos Extraterrestres (or Pod People, or The Unearthling) is stupid, but an entertaining stupid. The dubbing is terrible, but I liked the alien character and actually found him kinda cute. Pod People is basically an attempt to make "E.T." into a horror movie, with an alien crash landing on Earth. It lays a bunch of eggs that all but one are destroyed by an unneeded extra. The last egg is taken home by Tommy, a boy living with his abusive aunt and uncle in the middle of nowhere. He names the baby alien Trumpy, officially the best name you can give to an alien, and teaches it things a human kid would find important while its enraged mother kills multiple people looking for its offspring. The human actors are terrible in this movie, maybe not Ed Wood Jr. bad, but they're still awful. The film can't decide to be a horror film or a whimsical kids' film. The effects are decent for a film of its budget, but that doesn't amount to anything. It's not extremely interesting, and seems to run too long for it's own good. The only thing that makes this movie somewhat tolerable is Trumpy and the kitten, the best actors in this movie. If you want to check out this movie, check out the MST3K riff of this, since it's a ton better than this movie. It's a stupid movie through and through, but it is sort of entertaining in its odd way. Most will dislike this film, but if you're into movies like "The Unearthly", "Manos: Hands of Fate", and "Santa Claus Conquers the Martians" you'll probably enjoy this film. (Real rating: *shrug* I don't know. Banana.)
Andrew T (kr) wrote: While I always love a dose of Amanda Peet, this movie thought it was way edgier than it was.
Dominik A (au) wrote: I had never seen this film up until very recently (this is apparently considered a crime to some people), I believe that 'Fight Club' is a great film with a strong message throughout - freedom is of utmost importance, however freedom does come at a cost. There are many films that use a limited narration technique in order to lull the audience into a false sense of narrative security, 'The Sixth Sense' and 'The Usual Suspects' are two examples of films that use this as an icing in the cake rather than as the main component. 'Fight Club' is very much the same as the two examples: The twist is subtly hinted at throughout the film but upon realisation of the truth, we as an audience are shocked. However, once again, the twist is not the main component, it merely helps emphasize the point of the film - freedom. *SPOILER* Edward Norton's character the 'Narrator' is the antithesis to Brad Pitt's 'Tyler Durden', Norton is an everyday white-collar worker who cares too much for his possessions, Pitt wants freedom and he will stop at nothing to get it (this includes the death of Bob, the man with actual boobs). They are both the same character, Pitt wants to fight for freedom both internally and externally and, despite his 'death', he wins. Norton slowly assimilates Pitt's personality - beating himself up and getting fired from his job, as well as having a weird obsession with beating the living sh*t out of people. Overall I think that 'Fight Club' is a great film about freedom, anti-commercialism and beating the hell out of Jared Leto...
Dr F P (ca) wrote: I remember seeing this on the telly as a child. I always loved Stephen Fry. If I recall correctly I was only half watching it whilst doing something more age stage related because it's not exactly a PG. On a personal note I'm impressed with my child self for thinking nothing more of gay relationships other than intriguing.
Rajhaun J (au) wrote: My favorite comedy. Wish they still made them like this
JT M (mx) wrote: awesome movie with an excellent pair casted.
Chris B (it) wrote: generally not that bad. owes much to films like alien and scanners but moves along quite nicely and doesn't leave any unanswered questions with the exception of who adam was. by and large i didn,t really care at the end anyway.
Laura J (mx) wrote: Its not really a 5 star movie, but I can't stop watching it
Kirat P (it) wrote: brilliant movie !both dutt and waheeda are too good ! johny walker is as usually hilarious!
seth c (it) wrote: Zodiac is a very underrated film from the late 2000's. The direction from David Fincher is on point as always and the acting is stupendous. The characters are well fleshed out and the plot is fascinating. I had seen numerous documentaries about the Zodiac killer, so I knew pretty much all there was to know about this case. Even with knowing the majority of the plot beforehand, I was transfixed on the film's narrative and the tension that slowly builds throughout. It is a dialogue heavy movie but it's so well scripted that this is nowhere near a problem. Keep in mind how the actual Zodiac case turned out beforehand. I think it helped to know that the film was going to end ambiguously.